Utah Dessert Recipes to Try at Home
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a bite of #UtahFromHome
A homemade dessert is one of the finer things in life, and perhaps you've found yourself needing a bite of something sweet (+ a touch of salt).
We've rounded up the recipes for a few our favorite Utah treats to give you a slice of #UtahFromHome. Also, did you know Utah has been called the Craft Chocolate Capital of the United States? No cooking required: order your own set of Utah chocolate bars online from local Caputo's Market.
When the time is right, we hope you’ll reward yourself for all your great social distancing efforts by supporting these local restaurants in-person.
A Matter of Geological Consent
A billion years of geological history surrounds Salt Lake City, where a modern landscape reflects ancient constraints.
A Night Out at the Rabbithole
Jazz means more than basketball in Utah. Jazz means music. The Rabbithole is just one example of Utah’s flourishing music scene.
Best Trails for Horseback Riding Within an Hour of Salt Lake City
Here's a list of the best trails for horseback riding within an hour of Salt Lake City, Utah. Note, these five trails are for those with access to horses and trailers.
Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment in Salt Lake: Suffrage Events & Exhibits
Utah was a pioneer to the nation with the first woman vote over 150 years ago. Celebrate the women's suffrage anniversaries in 2020 with these events and exhibits.
Craft Chocolate Capital of America: Utah's Culture of Cacao
The craft chocolate scene in Utah is a wonder within itself. Join one of Matt Caputo’s chocolate classes to increase your appreciation and chocolate knowledge.
Day-tripping a Women-owned Business Enclave in Salt Lake City
While the lure of Salt Lake City’s shopping and dining experience attracts tourists to downtown, less than 10 blocks away is the trendy and unique 9th and 9th and Maven District neighborhoods. It’s brimming with 40-plus women-owned businesses that are helping to boost the local economy, as well as each other.
Discover the Breweries of the Wasatch Front
Over the past two decades, Salt Lake’s breweries have grown into a culture all their own. Here’s what you need to start planning a pub crawl with this collection of Salt Lake’s most popular breweries.
Downtown Farmers Market
The Salt Lake City farmers market is a Saturday tradition, bringing thousands of people together for local food and art. Learn more and check it out!
Hike + Dine: Salt Lake City
Here are a few of Utah's Salt Lake City best hiking trails and eateries to check out during your next visit.
How to Hear Live Jazz Every Night of the Week in Salt Lake
Discover Utah's best-kept secret — a vibrant music scene at the heart of its urban center. This is not just a weekend luxury; you can be a part of this cultural experience any night of the week.
How to Maximize an Afternoon at the Natural History Museum of Utah
Spanning five floors and tucked along the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, the Natural History Museum of Utah is a must add to any Salt Lake City itinerary.
How-to Guide for Salt Lake City Conference Attendees: Food, Drink and Fun
Here’s everything you need to know to get the most out of your time before, during, and after your conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Journey Through Utah's History at This Is the Place Heritage State Park
More Than Coffee: The Caffeinators of Salt Lake City
The unique Salt Lake City coffee community is ready to embrace you. When you visit Utah, try all the capital city's coffee shops and styles to find your favorite cup.
Rediscovering A. Fisher Brewing Company
One brewery where you can find both a rich history and a fresh perspective is the newly reopened A. Fisher Brewing Company (also referred to simply as Fisher Brewing). After more than fifty years this Utah classic is back to stay, providing a wide variety brews to enjoy.
Salt Lake City’s Must-See Street Art
Salt Lake City, Utah has more than 80 murals and art installations to discover. Come and see how these urban street artists showcase their own flavor and perspective.
Salt Lake City’s Rainbow Colors Fly Year Round
Take a trip to Salt Lake City, an LGBTQIA+ friendly city, which over the past two decades has become a destination for those who enjoy both a hip urban atmosphere and easy access to the great outdoors.
Step Into an Artistic Vision
The columns of Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre slowly appear as you climb to its perch above downtown Salt Lake City. The theatre sits on the campus of the state’s flagship university with metropolitan lights below and mountains behind that rise several thousand feet off the valley floor to provide a backdrop to the east and south.
Temple Square: The Geographical and Musical Heart of Salt Lake
Learn more about Temple Square: The Geographical and Musical Heart of Salt Lake City and home to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and their weekly performances.
The Hands That Shape Temple Square
If you visit Salt Lake City, you should visit Temple Square. Breathtaking architecture and landscaping will awe and inspire you. Learn more!
The Salt of Sound: Live Music in Salt Lake City
Check out the live music scene while visiting Utah. Salt Lake City’s numerous music venues offer something for every music lover. Watch Salt of Sound for a taste.
The Spice of (a New) Life
Some of the best food in Salt Lake City is served in the Spice Incubator Kitchen. Come visit this international culinary kitchen for a treat to your taste buds.
Urban and RYE: An Intimate Mixture of Music and Local Eats
Come in and experience the unique fare from the RYE Diner, one of the best restaurants in Salt Lake City. Then enjoy the hot beats at the Urban Lounge.
Urban Vibe and Funeral Potatoes
For fun places to eat in Salt Lake City find the Garage on Beck. Check out the vintage artifacts, the fresh food (funeral potatoes) and the fine live music.
Utah’s Women Make History
Walk in the footsteps of Utah’s earliest women’s suffrage leaders at sites throughout downtown Salt Lake City. Along the way, view public art installations commemorating voting rights and stop at trail-adjacent local women-owned businesses.